South African President's Failures On AIDS Nearly Drove Jimmy Carter To Manly Dudgeon, Fisticuffs
Hey, what's up with former President Jimmy Carter today? Pretty much the usual -- talking aboutpunching out foreign leaders and crediting Harry S Truman for curing him of racism.
On the foreign-leader-smackdown front, Carter told the Johnannesburg Sunday Times that he was so angry with former South African president Thabo Mbeki's denial of the link between HIV and AIDS that
“The first time I came here to Cape Town I almost got in a fight with the president of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, because he was refusing to let AIDS be treated ... That’s the closest I’ve come to getting into a fist fight with a head of state.”
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